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Supporting Children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities
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Supporting Children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities

Series: Bloomsbury CPD Library

Format: Paperback

ISBN: 9781472928092

Publication Date: 22 Sep 2016

Suitable for: Secondary

Teachers are faced by children with a range of additional needs on a daily basis, from physical and medical conditions, to moderate and severe learning difficulties, to behavioural disorders. Dealing with these children can be difficult, challenging and ultimately exhausting. The majority of today's teachers have received little training in this area and, with the best will in the world, are therefore ill equipped to effectively support these children in the classroom. Divided into two parts, 'Train Yourself' and 'Train Others', Cherryl Drabble's book equips primary and secondary teachers and SENDCos with the training and skills they need to fully support children with special educational needs, without neglecting the learning of other children in the classroom. The first half of the book invites teachers to audit their own needs, and get up to speed with current research. This advice is complemented by ten easy practical activities, which teachers can immediately implement in their own classrooms. After completing the first part of the book, the teacher will have gained a deeper understanding of SEND and witnessed the impact of this upon their students.The second part helps professional development leaders improve their whole school approach to SEND. From top tips for successful CPD sessions, information on mentoring colleagues and feeding back from external courses and training and, strategies to strengthen staff skill levels and evaluate practice, Cherryl Drabble has a multitude of effective suggestions that can will ensure that every child, regardless of their needs or ability, fulfils their potential.

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Teachers are faced by children with a range of additional needs on a daily basis, from physical and medical conditions, to moderate and severe learning difficulties, to behavioural disorders. Dealing with these children can be difficult, challenging and ultimately exhausting. The majority of today's teachers have received little training in this area and, with the best will in the world, are therefore ill equipped to effectively support these children in the classroom. Divided into two parts, 'Train Yourself' and 'Train Others', Cherryl Drabble's book equips primary and secondary teachers and SENDCos with the training and skills they need to fully support children with special educational needs, without neglecting the learning of other children in the classroom. The first half of the book invites teachers to audit their own needs, and get up to speed with current research. This advice is complemented by ten easy practical activities, which teachers can immediately implement in their own classrooms. After completing the first part of the book, the teacher will have gained a deeper understanding of SEND and witnessed the impact of this upon their students.The second part helps professional development leaders improve their whole school approach to SEND. From top tips for successful CPD sessions, information on mentoring colleagues and feeding back from external courses and training and, strategies to strengthen staff skill levels and evaluate practice, Cherryl Drabble has a multitude of effective suggestions that can will ensure that every child, regardless of their needs or ability, fulfils their potential.

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NF
Dewey
371.9
Publisher
Pub. date
22 Sep 2016
ISBN
9781472928092
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Binding
Paperback
Pages
272
Width
156mm
Height
234mm
VAT-able amount
0%
Product dimensions
A3
A4

156mm x 234mm

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